Professor Seokheun Choi has the top story and the number two story for 2015 on Binghamton Research Discover-e. Congratulations Professor Choi!
Professor Jessica Fridrich has been elevated to IEEE Fellow for "contributions to digital media forensics, steganography, and steganalysis."
Professor Jessica Fridrich and one of her former PhD students, Tomas Penvy, has been selected for the 2015 IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award
Electrical and Computer Engineering
has 3 distinguished professors
Student and Alumni News
A group of students took part in a Mario Kart Lego Edition Robot Race!
Check out the winners of 2015 Poster Competition!
International Experience-Siva Adusumilli ECE PhD graduate
Take the Virtual Tour
News and Notes
ECE Orientation for New Graduate Students- January 21, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in ES 2008
Senior Computer Engineer Ryan Wu received the Outstanding Undergraduate
Researcher award along with the Outstanding Senior award! He has also won the Best Student Poster Award for his published conference paper.
Photos from the 2015 Awards Ceremony can be viewed here.
More news and highlights here.
Electrical and Computer Engineering At Binghamton
We work with electrons, photons, circuits, and components,
but people are at the core of all we do. As electrical and computer engineers, our research and teaching revolve around electrical components, circuits and systems, as well as microprocessors, software and hardware. But what we really do is improve electronic and computer systems to make your life easier - and teach students to do the same.
Plus, we're good at teamwork. Check us out. Our Electrical and Computer Engineering
programs are both accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
Tenure-Track Positions and a tenured position available in Electrical and Computer Engineering for Fall 2016
- Power Electronics
- VLSI / Architecture
- Director of Solar and Thin Film Energy Research Center
- Description of the Director Position
The ECE Department has a new focus on power and energy, including a sequence of courses on power grids of all scales. Solar and other renewable technologies are also taught. This is one of our very active departmental research areas!